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anonymous
 5 years ago
Gina is deciding between two new cars. The nonhybrid model she likes costs $14,000 plus $0.22 per mile. The hybrid model she likes costs $24,000 plus $0.13 per mile. She plans to buy another new car when the odometer reaches 80,000 miles. Graph the system of linear equations to determine which car is a better financial choice.
The hybrid vehicle is a better value.
The standard vehicle is a better value.
Either − after that amount of time, she will have spent the same amount.
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anonymous
 5 years ago
Gina is deciding between two new cars. The nonhybrid model she likes costs $14,000 plus $0.22 per mile. The hybrid model she likes costs $24,000 plus $0.13 per mile. She plans to buy another new car when the odometer reaches 80,000 miles. Graph the system of linear equations to determine which car is a better financial choice. The hybrid vehicle is a better value. The standard vehicle is a better value. Either − after that amount of time, she will have spent the same amount. Not enough information.

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anonymous
 5 years ago
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